Link Prediction Investigation of Dynamic Information Flow in Epilepsy

Yan He, Fan Yang, Yunli Yu, Celso Grebogi

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Abstract

As a brain disorder, epilepsy is characterized with abnormal hypersynchronous neural firings. It is known that seizures initiate and propagate in different brain regions. Long-term intracranial multichannel electroencephalography (EEG) reflects broadband ictal activity under seizure occurrence. Network-based techniques are efficient in discovering brain dynamics and offering finger-print features for specific individuals. In this study, we adopt link prediction for proposing a novel workflow aiming to quantify seizure dynamics and uncover pathological mechanisms of epilepsy. A dataset of EEG signals was enrolled that recorded from 8 patients with 3 different types of pharmocoresistant focal epilepsy. Weighted networks are obtained from phase locking value (PLV) in subband EEG oscillations. Common neighbor (CN), resource allocation (RA), Adamic-Adar (AA), and Sorenson algorithms are brought in for link prediction performance comparison. Results demonstrate that RA outperforms its rivals. Similarity, matrix was produced from the RA technique performing on EEG networks later. Nodes are gathered to form sequences by selecting the ones with the highest similarity. It is demonstrated that variations are in accordance with seizure attack in node sequences of gamma band EEG oscillations. What is more, variations in node sequences monitor the total seizure journey including its initiation and termination.
Original languageEnglish
Article number8102597
Number of pages13
JournalJournal of Healthcare Engineering
Volume2018
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Jul 2018

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Electroencephalography
Epilepsy
Seizures
Resource Allocation
Resource allocation
Brain
Partial Epilepsy
Workflow
Brain Diseases
Fingers
Stroke

Keywords

  • seizure occurence
  • link prediction
  • resource allocation
  • electroencephalography

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Link Prediction Investigation of Dynamic Information Flow in Epilepsy. / He, Yan; Yang, Fan; Yu, Yunli; Grebogi, Celso.

In: Journal of Healthcare Engineering, Vol. 2018, 8102597, 02.07.2018.

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